Investing in Dubaiinvest
gerund or present participle: investing
1. put (money) into financial schemes, shares, property, or a commercial venture with the expectation of achieving a profit. "the company is to invest £12 m in its manufacturing site at Linlithglow" synonyms: put money into, sink money into, lay out money on, plough money into; More provide capital for, spend money on, fund, back, finance, underwrite, subsidize, support, pay for; buy into, buy shares in, buy/take a stake in; informalget a piece of, splash out on "he invested in a cotton mill" devote (one's time, effort, or energy) to a particular undertaking with the expectation of a worthwhile result. "we have invested a considerable amount of time in demonstrating the value of the system" synonyms: spend, expend, lay out, put in, plough in, use up, devote; More venture, speculate, risk, gamble; contribute, donate, give "they invested £18 million to redesign their retail outlets" informal buy (a relatively expensive product) whose usefulness will repay the cost. "I invested in an expensive moisturizer and tried to drink more water"
2. provide or endow someone or something with (a particular quality or attribute). "the passage of time has invested the words with an unintended humour" synonyms: imbue, infuse, perfuse, charge, steep, saturate, suffuse, pervade, fill, endow "the words were invested with as much sarcasm as she could muster" formally confer a rank or office on (someone). "he was invested as Head of State on 1 October 1936" synonyms: admit to office, instate, install, induct, swear in; More ordain, anoint; crown, enthrone "bishops whom the king had invested" confer a right or power on (someone or something). "all executive powers were invested in the Secretary of State" synonyms: vest in, endow in, confer on, bestow on, grant to, entrust to, give to, consign to, put in someone's hands "by virtue of the powers invested in me, I grant your request"
3. archaic clothe or cover with a garment. "he stands before you invested in the full canonicals of his calling"
4. archaic surround (a place) in order to besiege or blockade it. "Fort Pulaski was invested and captured"
Where to invest your pot of money in Dubai
This may seem like a first-world problem to have, but both the real estate market and the stock market in Dubai have been outperforming global benchmarks handsomely. In effect, for those with a reasonable sum of money to invest – anything between Dh50,000 and a few million Ds – the choice could become a little overwhelming if not downright confusing.
Of course, the choice may veer towards investing in stocks the closer one is to the beginning of that range (Dh50,000) as there won’t be much that you can buy in Dubai with that much down payment. However, as you move up the investment ladder – more cash in your pocket – the choice becomes more difficult.